This archive contains over 4988 records related to the Salon Natasha exhibitions and projects, collected over 20 years of activity. It includes exhibition invitations and catalogues; artist CVs and statements; project concept descriptions; and correspondence between curators and artists, press, and media reviews.
Salon Natasha was a meeting place for artists and intellectuals, and a venue for young, experimental, and non-commercial art. Established in 1990 by Natasha (Natalia) Kraevskaia and her husband Vu Dan Tan, and located in their home, it was the only exhibiting space free from government supervision and open to the new spirit of artistic freedom and innovation. The many exhibitions and art projects curated and supported by Salon played a significant role in the popularisation of the new Vietnamese art in Vietnam and abroad.
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